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The Greatest Escape is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.

## Puzzle

Professor Layton and Luke are trapped in a dark cave!

US Version

The exit doors are locked by some sort of mysterious magic. For the doors to open, Professor Layton needs to be at the red door and Luke at the blue door at the same time.

Can you help these two pull off their greatest escape yet?

UK Version

The exit doors are locked by some sort of mysterious mechanism. For the doors to open, Professor Layton needs to be at the red door and Luke at the blue door at the same time.

Can you help these two pull off their greatest escape yet?

## Hints

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US Version

These markings are etched on the wall of the cave. What could they mean?

P     P     P
P L     P     P
L     L

UK Version

The following markings are scratched on the wall of the cave. What could they mean?

P     P     P
P L     P     P
L     L

US Version

The strange markings measure five across and six down and appear to go in order from left to right.

P     L P     L P
P     P     P
L

UK Version

The blocks of markings measure five across and six down. They appear to go in order from left to right...

P     L P     L P
P     P     P
L

US Version

You've probably figured this out, but "P" stands for Professor Layton and "L" for Luke.

L     P     P
P     P

P
P     L     L

UK Version

You probably worked this out already, but "P" represents Professor Layton and "L" represents Luke.

L     P     P
P     P

P
P     L     L

US Version

P
P

P     P
L     P     L P
L

UK Version

You've come to the last three blocks of markings.

P
P

P     P
L     P     L P
L

## Solution

### Correct

US Version

Incredible!

The first cave took a minimum of 71 moves to escape, and the next cave took a minimum of 107. Escaping this last one is a feat of feats!

UK Version

Congratulations!

Amazing! Layton and Luke have escaped the cave.

The first chamber takes a minimum of 71 moves, and the next chamber a minimum of 107 moves. Getting through is quite a feat!

A big thanks to http://professorlayton4walkthrough.blogspot.com

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